Affectionately known as ‘The Dam’, Amsterdam is the largest city in the Netherlands, with a wealth of heritage
The Dylan, Amsterdam
The city has been humbly urbanised since then, making moving around as easy as jumping on your bike or stepping on to a tram, the lines of which are superbly run. But don’t let this stop you from mixing in a bike ride and travelling the canal belt, which folds around the city centre like petals fold around a rose. Morning can be dedicated to a stroll along the Bloemenmarkt, the world’s only floating flower market, for the afternoon move out of the centre towards the Rijksmuseum, dedicated to the Dutch artists of the golden age. But with such vast hotel offerings, where should you spend the night?
One our favourites is the charming boutique, The Dylan with 40 individually designed rooms & suites. You will find the hotel located at the prestigious Keizersgracht, it has a Michelin starred restaurant (Vinkeles) and a tranquil garden and lounges. The hotel has a contemporary-meets-classic design and a dedicated service that gives you a feeling of five-star but with the warm atmosphere of a home.
The Dylan has a sense of place, if transported to the hotel unknowing of your exact location with the mixtures presented you somehow know you’re in the great city of Amsterdam.
Book via: dylanamsterdam.com